Head of defence alliance’s military committee refers to unspecified "necessary consequences" if Ankara goes ahead with purchase of hardware incompatible with systems used by Western allies.
Businessman who stated death resulted from a hunting trip accident now says fugitive banker ordered the killing, but his wife alleges the claim was extracted under duress.
Opposition Social Democrats are reportedly planning a no-confidence vote against PM Plenkovic's government after details of Agrokor loan agreement are leaked to the press.
PM in waiting Babis must deal with voices that have helped make highly eurosceptic Czechia favourite to be next to vote to exit EU.
As widely expected, Turkey’s central bank kept policy rates on hold, while the lira fluctuated amid developments in diplomatic spats.
Speculation growing in Serbia that yet another snap general election could be called to coincide with upcoming elections in Belgrade.
DTEK has been forced to generate more electricity from power plants that run on gas coal following the blockade on deliveries of anthracite from the rebel-controlled Donbas region.
Proposal to cut Turkey’s EU pre-accession funds advances, while report claims German success in tightening financing available from KfW, EIB and EBRD.
Businesses forced out of Central Asian republic under rule of late autocrat Karimov returning as Mirziyoyev’s reputation as a reformist grows.
Just 26 high-level corruption cases are revealed to have been filed since January 2015 – less than 2% of all charges raised by the prosecution in that period.
Corporations have directed a robust €1.3bn to sporting associations since 2011 and the football academy in PM Viktor Orban’s home village is the top beneficiary of the programme.
Simeonov has been ordered to stop using hate speech as demands are made for his resignation
Georgian president and ex-governor of the Odesa region Mikheil Saakashvili has not been granted refugee status by Ukraine's State Migration Service
Hackles raised as diplomat uses old Serbian proverb to imply Belgrade must abandon balancing act and choose between EU and Russia.
MNB keeps its key interest rate on hold leaving the door open for further monetary easing, which will hinge on the outcome of the ECB meeting on October 26.
Development bank back in Uzbekistan with financing as President Mirziyoyev continues with reforms deemed attractive to investors and required for an economic upsurge.
Michaela Marksova spoke out after EU ministers gathered in Luxembourg dealt with French concerns over “posted” cheap foreign labour, agreeing to substantially tighten rules on migrant workers.
Eugen Sturza takes office amid rising conflict between pro-Russian President Igor Dodon, who is temporary suspended, and the pro-EU government.
Kyiv Economic Court ruled to cancel the sale of a 92.8% stake in Ukrtelecom which is now controlled by oligarch Rinat Akhmetov, but analysts believe there is a good chance of winning an appeal against the ruling.
bne IntelliNews looks at the billionaire populist's options for forming a government after his Ano party's victory in the Czech general election.